Emerging Crises Fund Recipients

2023: Ani Schug and Anoush Baghdassarian of Rerooted Archive, “Rerooted Archive: Artsakh Oral History Collection”

2022: Eleanor Paynter, “Convergent Crises: Migration, Displacement, and Pandemic Limbo in Italy”

2021: Clara Mejia Orta, “Essential Not Disposable: Oral Histories of Essential Meatpacking and Food Processing Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic”

2020: Ricia Chansky and Sierra Holt, “Sheltered in Place”;

2019:  Nara Milanich (Columbia University) and Fanny García (Groundswell: Oral History for Social Change), “Las 37: An Oral History”

2018 Dr. Audeliz Matias and Dr. Sheila Marie Aird, “An Oral History of Hurricane Irma and Maria: A Social, Cultural, and Environmental Crisis in P.R and U.S.V.I.”

2017 Farhana Rahman, “Oral History of Rohingya Refugees Living in Thailand and Malaysia”

2016 Heather Stone, “Climate Refugees: The Vanishing of Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana”

2015 Groundswell, “Oral History in Movements to End Police Brutality”

2014 Luke Eric Lassiter, “Oral Histories of the Charleston West Virginia Chemical Spill”

2013 Carrie and Michael Kline, “The Oil and Gas Rush in the Marcellus Shale Fields of West Virginia: An Emerging Crisis”

2012 Selly Ké Thiam, “Allies and Friends”

2011 Rhana Natour and Tamara Shogaolu, “Sawt: Voices from the Arab Spring”

2010 Eric Meringer, “Ciudad Juaréz: Lives Interrupted”

2009 Christopher D. Hartmann, “Stories of survival: Testimonies from Barrio Acahualinca and sector ‘La Chureca,’ Managua, Nicaragua”

2008 Ann Farnsworth-Alvear and Carlos Rosero, “Twice Refugees: Afro-Colombians and Political Action During the Explosion of Violence Along Colombia’s Pacific Coast”

2007 Karin Mak, “Migrant Women Workers in China”

2006 Teresa Parker, “Young Aspirations/Young Artists, Inc. (New Orleans)”


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